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Advanced Methods for Flood Estimation in a Variable and Changing Environment

Volos, one of the most beautiful Greek towns, is situated between the crystal-clear waters of the Pagasitikos Bay and Pelion "the pride of mountains", and is the capital city of Magnesia, the eastern prefecture of Thessaly re¬gion. It is built at the location of the ancient town of Iolkos, which was the birthplace of Jason, the leader of the Argonautic Expedition. The Pelion Mountain, the summer residence of the twelve Gods of Olympus and the country of the Centaurs, creates picturesque rocky coastline in magnificent bays and it hosts 24 villages of unique architecture.

Volos hosts 12 Departments of the University of Thessaly: 4 Departments of the School of Humanities, 5 of the Polytechnic School, 2 of the School of Geotechnical Sciences and the independent Department of Economic Studies.

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University of Thessaly

URL http://www.uth.gr/en/index.php
Address: Argonafton & Filellinon
GR-38221 Volos, Hellas
Tel: +30 24210 74000
Email: webmaster@uth.gr

Department of Civil Engineering

http://www.civ.uth.gr/indexenglish.html
Address : Pedion Areos,
GR-38334 Volos, Hellas Tel: +30.2421.074178,
Fax: +30.2421.074169

Volos Information Center

URL http://www.volosinfo.gr
Address: Sekeri - Lampraki,
GR-38334 Volos, Hellas Tel: +302421 0 30930 Fax: +302421 0 30940
GREECE, Volos 24 - 26 October 2012
Email: voloinfo@otenet.gr